are looking to up their pursuit for Real Madrid
playmaker Isco, though may hit a set-back with the Spanish club set to ask for Paulo Dybala
as part of a deal.
The Serie A
leaders are one of a host of clubs monitoring the situation with Isco, who appears to have once again fallen down the pecking order at the Bernabeu, according to Italian newspaper Tuttosport
Isco lost his place under previous manager Zinedine Zidane, though was able to work his way back into the Madrid set-up after a string of impressive performances.
Under the new regime of Santiago Solari Isco has found himself back on the bench, weighing up his options whether to leave La Liga in search of playing time.
The 26-year-old is reported to have an astronomical £640m buy-out clause in his current deal, though Madrid are understood to be willing to listen to offers in the region of £70m.
With Dybala valued north of the £100m mark, Madrid are likely to have to send cash to Turin in order to cover the deal.
At the start of summer Juve parted with the collective total of £100m to take superstar Cristiano Ronaldo from the Spanish capital.
Ronaldo has flourished alongside Dybala this season, and is currently top scorer in the division with 14 strikes to his name.
Juve have offered no signs they are willing to part with Argentina playmaker Dybala, who has a contract at the club until the summer of 2022.
ISCO-DYBALA 18-19 SEASON STATS COMPARISON